“Step into the Golden Age of Hollywood at this warm, wood-paneled restaurant serving contemporary American cuisine. “
We arrived here for our reservations just in time to remain dry. Within second of entering the restaurant the clouds dropped bucket of rain that lasted for nearly two hours. This was good for a needed break from jetting around to the desired attractions. The caricatures are very interesting and you could possibly eat up several hours attempting to view all of them.
During this visit I ordered- Bibb Lettuce Salad drizzled with a Peppercorn-Sweet Onion Dressing, Cherry Tomatoes, Shaved Radishes, and Parmesan-Seed Frico and The Original Fettuccine Alfredo – Grilled chicken and pasta topped with Prosciuto Brittle and Parmigiano-Reggiano. My favorite item of the meal could possibly be The Hollywood. (2 parts Absolut Vodka, 1 part Chambord, and 6 parts pineapple juice.)
Dine in an authentic replica of the famous Brown Derby, a Tinseltown landmark steeped in glamour and glitz. The walls are adorned with caricatures of famous faces—a tradition that began with the original restaurant—and the upscale atmosphere harkens back to the Golden Age of Hollywood.
Located at Disney Studios